Lime Rock Partners, Managing Director
Trevor Burgess joined the Lime Rock Partners team in 2009 as a Managing Director. Trevor brought to the team 30 years of experience at leading international energy service companies, most recently as Director of Global Business Units and Group Director of Marketing and Technology for Expro, an Aberdeen-based international oil service company focused on well flow technology.
While there, he played an integral role in the development, commercialization, and acquisition of innovative technologies for well flow management operations. Before joining Expro in 2005, Trevor worked for Baker Hughes in Houston for six years, holding various senior positions including Vice President of Sales, Vice President of Marketing and Technology, and President of Hughes Christensen.
He spent the first 19 years of his career at Schlumberger working in Africa, Europe, and the USA. Trevor holds a doctorate in mathematics from Oxford University.
Now based in London, Trevor plays a leading role in analyzing and executing Lime Rock Partners' investments in the oilfield service sector, with a particular focus on international opportunities. He currently serves on the board of directors of Acoustic Zoom, Ardyne, Reelwell, Reveal Energy Services, Silixa, and TGT Oilfield Services. He previously served on the board of directors of EV, Gas2, Senscient, and TerraSpark Geosciences.
Lime Rock Partners, Vice President
Oliver Phillips joined the Lime Rock Partners team in 2011 and became a Vice President in 2016. Now based in Houston, he has had diverse experience working for Lime Rock in multiple domestic and international locations. Prior to joining Lime Rock, Oliver was an analyst at Lazard Frères where he worked on M&A and restructuring transactions. He is a graduate of Rice University (B.A.).
Since joining the Lime Rock Partners team, Oliver has played a key role in investigating and executing oilfield service and E&P investment opportunities in North America and internationally.
He currently serves on the board of directors of Reveal Energy Services and TGT Oilfield Services and has been particularly involved in Lime Rock Partners’ investments in Expert Petroleum, Gas2, OiLSERV, SDI Gas, TEC Well Service, Tercel Oilfield Products, and Xtreme Drilling.
Statoil Technology Invest, Investment Director, Stavanger
20 years’ experience from research (DNV-GL), management consultancy (PA Consulting) and investment management (Venturos and Statoil Technology Invest). Board member at Reveal Energy Services, Silixa, Numascale and Fishbones.
Education: MBA Finance, UNC Chapel Hill / MSc Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU Trondheim / Advanced Russian language course, Norwegian Armed Forces’ School of Intelligence and Security
Statoil Technology Invest, Investment Manager, Houston
14 years of hands on experience in evaluating and developing US Onshore assets. Reservoir Manager for US Onshore. Key Engineer in evaluating A&D/BD projects, SEC reporting, project economics, short term and long term business plans. Technology Champion for US Onshore Assets. Advisory board member for REVEAL.
Education: MS in Petroleum Engineering, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Reveal Energy Services Wins E&P Special Meritorious Award for Engineering Innovation
Simple, accurate, affordable pressure-based fracture maps recognized for oilfield excellence
HOUSTON, April 30, 2018—Reveal Energy Services announces today E&P has chosen IMAGE Frac™ 2.0 pressure-based fracture maps as one of the 14 winners of the 2018 Special Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation.
The 2018 Special Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation were presented at the Offshore Technology Conference today, April 30, in Houston. IMAGE Frac technology and the other award winners are featured in the May issue of E&P.
“We are honored that E&P has recognized IMAGE Frac technology, and we want to thank the judges and magazine for this prestigious award,” said Sudhendu Kashikar, CEO of Reveal Energy Services. “We also want to thank our customers for their enthusiastic response to our company.”